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    [CMIS] Making temp changes to the timetable with out using cover

    I suspect many schools will be hitting the same problem as us next week with staff stuck away from home.

    I have been asked if its possible to rewrite our timetable on a temporary basis. Is this doable, or should we just look at a off line copy of facility and ignore eportal?

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    It depends how much data you are changing. Perhaps if its one or two teachers who are absent it isnt too much of a job. With a little more background to the situation I may be able to advise.

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